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Twitter Docs: How Researchers and Clinicians Navigate Social Media

“What should my first tweet be?” It’s a question John Barbieri, MD, was thinking about just after he created his account on the social media platform.

  • Twitter Docs

    Twitter Docs: How Researchers and Clinicians Navigate Social Media

    June 18, 2018

    “What should my first tweet be?” It’s a question John Barbieri, MD, was thinking about just after he created his account on the social media platform.

  • Arm

    What Do the Golden Gate Bridge and Orthopaedic Implants Have in Common?

    June 15, 2018

    We’ve heard it before: your mother fell and broke her humerus (upper arm bone). Or the son of your next door neighbor fractured his ankle playing soccer. Regardless of who was injured, or even what specifically was injured, many orthopaedic fractures require some amount of hardware to help the injury heal.

  • Trauma

    Spreading the Health

    June 13, 2018

    Geospatial analysis combines extensive geographic and demographic data with transportation options, consumer behavior, and the presence of nearby competitors to achieve a competitive edge. Can this research process used by banks, restaurants, and grocery chains to determine future development sites also help determine the best placement for trauma centers in Pennsylvania?

  • Robot Human

    Cowboys and Neurons: HBO’s Westworld Asks Tough Questions About Artificial Intelligence

    June 11, 2018

    The concept of non-human beings endowed with intelligence dates back to at least Homer in the late eighth or early seventh century B.C. As society has developed and our ability to tell stories enhanced by technology, the idea of intelligent machines has captured the minds of societies across the globe.

  • Bias

    Can Bias Be Reversed

    June 08, 2018

    Starbucks has been in the headlines more than usual lately – and not because of record-setting earnings or because of its latest limited-edition frappe. In April, Starbucks came under fire when two black men were wrongfully arrested at a Philadelphia store. The story went viral and within hours the hashtag #BoycottStarbucks was trending.

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